Problem with my New build PC

hi guys

first, I don't know if this is the right catagory

two weeks ago
I bought
GA 78LMT-S2P
MSI R6670 1GDR3
AMD FX6100 3.3 ghz 6core cpu 14 mb cache
1x4GB 1366mhz Ram

since I bought it I keep getting these shitty BSoDs

while playing Ubi's games such as Assassin's creed 2 &3 & Far Cry 3
but not at certain points
or time so I can play for 1 hour or even 2 or play and nothing happen and sometimes after 30 minutes for e.g

I don't think that I get these when I play other games like Crysis 2 or BF3 or Hitman Absoultion or dead space 2 - inversion - alan wake - NFS MW 2012
the code I could remember now is
0x0000001A
0x0000000A
0x00000050

can any one help and if the category is wrong can any one move the thread to the right category ?

please it's important
so waiting and please quick answer
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  1. Need a more definitive answer besides "don't think I get these when I play other games...".

    Do you always get BSOD while gaming in general or only while playing certain games? That sounds to me like a graphics problem, maybe the card is crapping out under heavier load?
  2. check the mb bios..make sure it up to date. use cpu-z check that the ram speed and timing is set right. look at the ram rated speed under the spd tab.
  3. sharkbyte5150 said:
    Need a more definitive answer besides "don't think I get these when I play other games...".

    Do you always get BSOD while gaming in general or only while playing certain games? That sounds to me like a graphics problem, maybe the card is crapping out under heavier load?



    I think it happens in certain games
    I played Crysis 2 for more than 3 hours and nothing happened and played Dead space 2 for about 5 hours and nothing happend and the same thing for battlefield 3 played alot with no problem

    since I bought my new PC it only happened in AC2&3 & Far Cry 3
    I thought About the crapping out under heavier load But Crysis 2 & BF3 are heavier load than AC2&3
  4. + could it be from the PSU ?
  5. I did a Windows Memory Diagnostic
    so after the test when the windows booted it said
    There's a problem with your memory

    so is that what's causing the BSoDs ?
  6. Certainly could be. Try memtest86 as well and see if you get the same result. Let it run overnight or all day while you're away.
  7. I got another BSoD
    0x000000C2
    could be also the Ram ?

    because if it is won't wait to try it i'll go and replace it
  8. I could be based on a quick google. I would make sure your timings are correct like Smorzio mentioned and run memtest to be sure.
  9. Ok
    Prime95
    I did a test with it on the blend setting that stresses on the ram but restarted after 5 minutes and did another one restarted after 5 minutes with message I couldn't see
    I did another test with the Small FTTs that don't stress on the ram
    for two hours and nothing happened

    sorry for my bad english
  10. Your English is fine :)

    I'd definitely replace that RAM stick, hopefully buy from a place that allows you to return it if not the problem.
  11. try updating the bios it may be the bios needs updated ram/cpu code.
  12. My Bios version is the F3
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